Alternating Currents

Alternating Currents is an intermedial electricity concert choreographed and performed by Maria w Horn, Stina Nyberg and a frequency-controllable Tesla coil. The concert is one part of a long-term obsession with the inventor Nikola Tesla and the early 1900’s phenomena of touring

Klara Utke Acs

arrivals procastinate *echo* is a polyphony of choreographies initiated by dancer and performer Klara Utke Acs. It is a practice of social posing as a nonverbal, subtle yet forceful mode of political positioning. As an eco-system of bodies, subjects and aliens, the performance is

PETER

PETER, the plague a list, a history, a contagion, a memory, a thought, a lifestyle, a choice, a miracle, a child, a verse, a sickness, an announcement, an archive, a protest, alive, another, a promise, practice, problem, performance, place, position, parameter, prediction,

Stine Janvin

For Choreomania, the installation Paroxysm will be activated by a performance by vocalist Stine Janvin. Through various projects such as Fake Synthetic Music and Native Instrument (Shelter Press), Janvin explore and challenges the physical features of the voice, the acoustics of her external/internal

NAKED

NAKED are Agnes Gryczkowska and Alexander Johnston, a London-based duo engaging with extreme forms of electronic music, capturing the affects of BDSM in successfully fuses of hyper-contemporary sounds of experimental electronics with highly relational and bodily performances. Their recent EP – Total

Scape ft. PETER

In the ever-sound-inducing environment of participatory sound installation Scape by Christian Reiter Seibæk, a performance will emerge. In a durational performative and ethically demanding choreography of the self, Reiter Seibæk is engaged in conduction by PETER. In a radical unproductising of expanded

Lea Martini

Tanzplage, or Dancing Plague, is initiated by Berlin based choreographer, dancer and dance facilitator Lea Martini. She has always been interested in physical intensities and is the co-founder of collaborations such as the performance collective White Horse and Deter/Müller/Martini. Dancing Plague had

AJA

Through expressive performances involving body paint and curious stage outfits, AJA is set on tearing down norms and boundaries in a collision of sound art, noise and rhythmic brutality, complete with DIY gear and screeching vocals. With a cherry on top.